Trump also said that he gets a “lot of honesty from the internet,” as if the internet was once singluar source for information.
Trump: "Forget the press — read the internet, study other things" pic.twitter.com/ImWZCA96Ei— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) October 18, 2016
Donald Trump in Colorado: "Forget the press, read the Internet. I get a lot of honesty over the Internet. I do get some dishonesty, too.” pic.twitter.com/zE9Uk3Wnqo — Ryan Parker (@TheRyanParker) Continue reading "‘Forget the Press, Read the Internet’: Trump Advises Supporters To Ignore Mainstream Media"
Still, you might want to know what it’s all about, since those trending descriptions are very, very vague. Fair enough. Before we can go over what happened last night and set the Internet on absolute fire, we have to go over what came before. Here is some background: 1. In 2009, Beyoncé released the music video for “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” and even though it was her cheapest, simplest video, it went viral and became instantly iconic. You unquestionably know at least one person who has the entire dance routine memorized and/or someone who has dressed up in the costume from the video for
it is with a heavy heart that i must announce that the celebs are at it again— wint (@dril) September 24, 2014